Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services to host town hall on refugee resettlement in North Dakota

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LIRS field director Dan Hannaher.
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FARGO — Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services staff and the local LIRS field office plan to host a town hall presentation on refugee resettlement in North Dakota on Thursday, March 31.

Starting at 10:30 a.m. at Lutheran Church of the Cross, 1402 16th St. E., West Fargo, the presentation will also include updates on the global refugee situation.

Dan Hannaher, the North Dakota Field Office director, will lead the presentation. Andrew G. Steele, vice president for development and outreach for LIRS, and Saba Berhane, director of programs for LIRS, will also share about the work the national resettlement agency has done.

The town hall is free and open to the public and will be streamed from the Eastern North Dakota Facebook page.

The event is co-sponsored by the Advocacy and Action Team of the Eastern North Dakota Synod/ELCA.

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